Inky 1.0 'Alluring Bilby' - all your email in one place

Inky pulls all your email accounts together in one place. Inky also sorts your mail by relevance, letting you see your most important mail first. Enjoy your email again! Inky works with any IMAP or POP account. Forget about complicated port numbers and server names. Adding any number of accounts is a breeze with Inky's automatic account discovery. All you need to add an email account to Inky is your email address and password. No need to engage in obscure computer science, like researching your port numbers.

Inky saves you time by displaying all your email messages in one place sorted by relevance. As soon as you sign in for the first time, Inky goes to work figuring out what mail is important to you and helps you find it by placing it above all the other clutter. Inky is customizable and can sort and filter by all the usual criteria as well.

Whether you have one account or five, Inky provides a new, refreshingly simple interface to check all your mail. From one click unsubscribe to package tracking, Inky's smart tools help you get things done and get on with your life.

Inky represents a fresh take on email. Enjoy your email again.

Download: Inky 1.0 (Alluring Bilby) for Windows | 27.4 MB (Freeware)
Download: Inky 1.0 (Alluring Bilby) for Mac | 33.7 MB
Link: Inky Home Page


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I installed this expecting to uninstall it after finding the features lacking - instead I uninstalled it when it wanted me to create an inky account in order to access mail from accounts I already have.

Who dafuq downloads software anymore, cloud or bust!

Jokes, I think there is potential in the dekstop/pc app market for a better email client (rather than webservice). Another stream would be since this one looks very touch friendly, there have been a few mobile email clients with interesting swipe features and priority functions that could do well on a desktop based version.